Saturday, October 1, 2011

In Other Mothers Homes

I have so many wonderfully stylish mummy friends, I thought you like might to meet them and see them in their natural habitat, at home. 

This is Samara. We went to uni together to study Visual Arts and ate hot chips for lunch everyday (Samara usually paid). We would drink our tea from a thermos and talk about texture, movement, line and expression as if it were really important.

 Years later, we walked the streets of Paris together, smoked cigarettes and drank coffee before shopping for shoes, you know, in Paris- as you do.

Now we find ourselves (a little chubbier) at home with young ones. Little people that keeps us on our toes and provide us with endless topics for conversation, still surrounding movement and expression- but this time it does actually matter.



















Isn't she wonderful

Okay friends- I'm coming to you next (if you'll let me)

If you'd like to see my stinky little house you can do so here;

5 comments:

  1. Wonderful, she is! Beautiful photos of a warm, happy looking abode. Gorgeous babe in blue also :o)
    The windmill in the first shot I also posted a snap of on my blog this week...albeit the one in my pic is a tad more faded. Freaky though! xo

    http://anglix.blogspot.com/2011/09/limbo.html

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  2. Oh I love getting a glimpse into the lives of others...this look like one very love-filled home.
    x

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  3. I love a friendship that's been forged in the ambers of cigarettes, travel and coffee. There's something about sharing an experience that turns a friend into family I think :)

    Lovely photo's as always and such a delightfully honest glimpse into the life of another family.

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  4. You have some fabulous friends and neighbours. Isn't it cool having friends from the old days and seeing each other having kids, being mothers when you both still feel like you are sixteen and dressing up in op shopped frocks for your own photoshoots? Keep sharing, we love it. melx

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  5. Your friends home is beautiful, and so is yours!

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em